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I heard some of these discussions on the radio yesterday. Basically there were panels of 'experts' brought together throughout the day to discuss the following in SA

  • Politics
  • Economics
  • Liveability
  • Sport
  • The Arts


Some discussions threw up some interesting points. On the economic state of SA, the overall outcome was that while we haven't been great, if things are done right in the near future we can be optimistic. We need the pollies to focus on the right areas.


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